CCM Annual Meeting and Forum (2007)
CEAL Committee on Chinese Materials (CCM)

2007 CEAL Conference, Committee on Chinese Materials, Annual Program

10:40 – 12:30, Thursday, March 22, 2007
Salon A-C, Boston Marriott Copley Place

10:40- 10:45 Opening remarks and introduction to members
Zhijia Shen 沈志佳, Univ. of Washington
10:45 - 12:15 ROUNDTABLE:
Toward Digital and Increasingly More Diverse Collections & Services
– Approaches from Chinese Libraries outside North America

  • Facilitator: Zhijia Shen
  • YAN Xiangdong. National Library of China (PowerPoint)
  • Matthias Kaun. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. East Asia Department (Paper)
  • Angela Ko or Mei Li. University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Paper)
  • CHEN Hsueh-hua. National Taiwan University (PowerPoint, Paper)
  • ZHANG Qi. Shanghai Library (PowerPoint)
  • CHEN Ling. CALIS (PowerPoint, Paper)
12:05 - 12:20 Reports:
  1. Project of digitizing Chinese rare books among the Harvard-Yenching Library, Princeton, the Library of Congress, and the Fu Ssu-nien Library of the Institute of History and Philology of the Academia Sinica in Taiwan
    Tai-loi Ma 马泰来, Princeton University
  2. Cultural Revolution database online: an update
    Yongyi Song 宋永毅, CSULA
  3. Chinese Materials Center in Beijing
    Marcia Ristaino, Library of Congress



Forum on Chinese e-Content: eBooks and eDissertations

Time:Friday, March 23, 2007: 7:00 p.m. – 9:05 p.m.
Location:   Wellesley Room, Boston Marriott Copley Place
110 Huntington Avenue Boston, Massachusetts 02116, USA

Sincere thanks to
for the generous sponsorship of refreshments!

7:00 - 7:05 Opening remarks
7:05 - 9:05 E-provider presentations (20 minutes each including Q&A)
9:05 - 10:00 Free consultation/discussion with presenters

Presentations will address these issues:

  • Latest developments of company products of ebooks and dissertations
  • Pricing and Service models
  • Copyright issues
  • Archival issues
  • International Standard issues
  • License issues: how do you handle consortium purchases


  1. “Accessing Chinese dissertations through Wanfang Data—databases and services” (PowerPoint)
    Wan Fang Data. Danny Liu.
  2. “eBook in Chinese Classics and Taiwan studies” (PowerPoint)
    Transmission Books & Microinfo Co., Ltd. (Taiwan).  Kris Hsu Shu Chuan.
  3. “Tongfang Dissertation databases and Services to North American users” (PowerPoint)
    Tsinghua Tongfang. Zhenhai Zhang.
  4. “Updates on Apabi eBooks and Services through Apabi”
    Beijing Founder Apabi eBooks & D-Lib. Ms Sijia He.
  5. “ChinaMax and The latest of SuperStar e-books and e-service” (PowerPoint)
    SuperStar. Jason Han.
  6. “OCLC's Global Strategy and Chinese eContent” (PowerPoint)
    OCLC. Andrew Wang.
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